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Michael Grogan,
Director

Since completing his degree in 1999, Michael has worked as a structural engineer for Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd and in 2004 Michael was appointed as an Associate Director of Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd. In 2012 Michael was appointed a Director of Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd.

Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering University of Newcastle         

Masters of Engineering (Structural) University of Technology, Sydney

Member of the Institution of Engineers, Australia. Chartered Professional Engineer. Registered with National Professional Engineers Register. Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland. Registered Building Practitioner with Building Commission Victoria.

Since completing his degree in 1999, Michael has worked as a structural engineer for Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd and in 2004 Michael was appointed as an Associate Director of Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd.  In 2012 Michael was appointed a Director of Birzulis Associates Pty Ltd.

Michael has had exposure to the design of reinforced and post-tensioned concrete, structural steelwork, glass, brickwork, timber and foundation design along with site supervision through involvement with numerous projects including the following projects:-

  • National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

  • Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, Ultimo

  • Hillsong Christian Church with 3500 seat auditorium and Perfroming Arts Centre

  • Presbyterian Ladies College – performing arts centre and indoor swimming complex

  • Ocean Breeze Apartments 

  • Energy Australia Substation, Campbell Street 

  • Nareen Gardens Retirement Village

  • Millers Self Storage, Thornleigh, Rozelle and Auburn Storage Warehouses

  • St Mary’s Star of the Sea Wollongong

  • St Vincent College, Potts Point

  • Hamilton Island Apartments

  • Kia Ora Stud luxury residence, Scone

  • Tara Anglican College – numerous buildings 

  • Hoxton Park Anglican College – numerous buildings    

  • Griffith TAFE – nursing and children’s services

  • Numerous luxury domestic buildings